Popular Nurse Gives Rundown of Latest Pfizer Document Dump in New Viral Video

In a new viral video retired nurse and YouTuber Dr. John Campbell takes a detailed look at the newest batch of documents released by the FDA pertaining to the Pfizer “vaccine.” Campbell notes study administrators recorded more than 42,000 adverse events and 1,223 deaths associated with the pharma company’s experimental injections.

UPDATE (3/12/22): In a follow-up video posted to Campbell’s channel on March 11, 2022, Campbell notes the list of adverse events that were included with Pfizer’s first FOIA document dump were not reported by “vaccine” recipients. Instead, they are a list of possible side effects that Pfizer wanted doctors to look out for. However, Campbell notes that without the FOIA request, doctors had no access to this list. He also notes that it is not clear how physicians are even supposed to report these adverse events, as no mechanism is made available.

Retired ER nurse and popular YouTuber Dr. John Campbell has posted a video to his eponymous YouTube channel looking into the latest Pfizer document dump from the FDA. Campbell, who has nearly 2.3 million subscribers on YouTube, says the latest Pfizer documents are “just quite alarming, really.” In fact, Campbell says that he “would’ve thought this [document dump] was a complete scandal…perhaps on par with Watergate,” for the mainstream media. But most news outlets haven’t even touched it.

Toward the beginning of the video Campbell notes that, thanks to the FOIA request for the Pfizer docs, we now know that within the first three months “after the marketing of the Pfizer vaccine” Pfizer had recorded more than 42,000 adverse events and 1,223 deaths post injection. Campbell points out that the only reason we even have the document dumps are thanks to the organization, Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT). According to its website, PHMPT is “a nonprofit, made up of public health professionals, medical professionals, scientists, and journalists [that] exists solely to obtain and disseminate the data relied upon by the FDA to license COVID-19 vaccines.”

After introducing the “quite alarming” statistics, Campbell goes through the judge’s order for the release of the Pfizer documents; something the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wasn’t planning on doing for 75 years.


After going through the judge’s order to release the Pfizer documents, Campbell says “the immediate question in my mind was: why wasn’t this data in the public domain already? Surely we want to know this information to make informed healthcare decisions.” [Italics his.]

Campbell notes this particular document dump covers the timespan from December 1, 2020 through February 8, 2021, meaning it covers, “at most,” three months worth of reporting. He also notes that some of these adverse events and deaths have been “medically confirmed” while others have not been.

In regards to the total number of vaccines given in this three month period, Campbell says he doesn’t know because that figure has been redacted. “Why on Earth would they want to redact that information?” Campbell asks rhetorically. Because that means we could work out the percentages of people getting adverse reactions, and the percentage of people dying due to vaccination, but we can’t, because we don’t actually know how many vaccines were given out. Why would they want to redact that information? Why wouldn’t we be able to access those percentages?”


Following the discussion of the odd redaction, Campbell moves on to August 21, of 2021, when the FDA gave Pfizer vaccine full approval; as opposed to its original Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). At that point, Campbell notes, Janet Woodcock, the former Director of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, said that: “While millions of people have already safely received COVID-19 vaccines, we recognize that for some, the FDA approval of a vaccine may now instill additional confidence to get vaccinated.” Campbell notes that if Woodcock was aware of the 42,000+ adverse events and 1,200+ deaths associated with the Pfizer “vaccine,” how could she use the word “safely”? (“This information was available to those who were allowed to see it,” Campbell says.)

Campbell then goes to discuss more of the details of the adverse reactions, noting that the reports were due to malfunctions throughout the body. Malfunctions including: Nervous system disorders (25,957 reports), Musculoskeletal disorders (17,283), Gastrointestinal (14,096), skin disorders (8,476), respiratory, thoracic, and mediastinal disorders (8,848), infections and infestations (4,610), etc.

The FDA’s “conclusion and summary” regarding the content of this Pfizer report, as Campbell notes, says that “Review of the available data for this cumulative PM experience, confirms a favorable benefit-to-risk balance for BNT162b2.” (BNT162b2 is the Pfizer COVID-19 “vaccine.”) Immediately Campbell then dives into the—extraordinarily dense and poorly formatted—list of adverse events experienced by recipients of the “vaccines,” including syndromes and conditions like facial paralysis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, foreign body embolisms, epilepsy with myoclonic-atonic seizures, genital herpes zoster, thrombocytopenia, etc. Campbell goes on to say that “I certainly wasn’t aware of all these until I read this. The list is long. Quite incredible really.”

Toward the end of the video Campbell says he’s “Quite bemused.” He says that “We had our politicians and medical leaders telling us that this vaccine was safe and effective all this time. But I can only assume… that this data was available to the FDA. Was this data available to the regulatory authorities in the UK? In Germany? In Canada? And Australia? I would assume so.”

Campbell finally wraps things up by saying “To actually do something that does harm to people that are otherwise healthy, you could argue it is a fundamental breach of [the Hippocratic Oath]…the idea [of] ‘first, do no harm.’ And it appears we have done some harm.”

Feature image: Dr. John Campbell

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